New forms of living

Transforming an area of territory in a liveable environment means to provide housing where citizens can grow, generate employment that allows for livelihoods, to guarantee health and access to services. Housing must be a right for all citizens.

Today, it is still necessary to provide adequate forms of housing for the diversity of family units and the new collective habitat models. Housing requires specific solutions for different genders, ages, incomes and family units, and can be a possible source of shared facilities, storage space, urban services and more sustainable mobility. This typological diversity needs to be addressed in housing policy planning, quantifying these requirements and integrating them into the overall housing mix.

We have advised local and regional authorities in the drafting of housing policies that focus on urban regeneration and tourist gentrification. We have also created and visualised indicators to monitor different aspects of housing policies and plans.